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Wim.. s"'"l t,l"w "l",,'r "p. "MAYERS. Proprietor. foOAL NEWS. WMiM m 1 Li" fof Eacl1 ll!ifrtio1- oir J ruiTWc office. Wc ! ' props rrflj,!?" execute on short notice eoiniiH-reittl 'a,"v J,,l Piinii'isrin ,"!al ,v,' Mf VP,'r ,,RI" .niijliW' iMlfd. Our iiicri:h:tiil ami . jm.ss in "''I ''-"Hl lo have ",c"' hi" ,,v?lM', Btciuei.ls, cauls or anyihintf tlicv .V wa..l .ri.,tc.l. Our Jo 1. Office U Mtnplele rT(M''' l""',i,"lR''- ivo the )km"'B4T-Star Olflro your r drrsiind w trn I" " salisfHciitiii. "ItiMiiilay was a rainy day. TIm.' -i 1(1 "f Srianioii in gcml. .-The liilki" "'"' ' B,i" talking. Moro shells aro nccdnl on our sheets. f.o:it train aro very suiunioii on out.-tjn-M "' t' i - - KipiylliiiiK M-ciii very in cui-l circle. It rains and it ih'ih, ami tliey worry about it." Mr. K. H. Myers, of Ilamlsbnro, wits In town Saliinlav. Mr. Jump Hunter, of Mobile, win i" town this week. A feiiniln lrti; drummer from Cliieiii.' wan in town this week. C. II. pultuns hit sawed and sha red shingles and feneo posts fur x-ile. Some of our hunters went out this week and killed some liairy-lailed 'IOSSIIII18. Mr. U. il. Ri-ddilt opened his ltd liquor saloon In tlm old .Tordy si ore Wednesday. The steam flviiijc li'rp liavo roinu to town, and tlie small buys aro now in tlielr glory. Business has lieen verv dull fur several tlays on amount of t lie un pleasant wet weallier. -Hev. Kallier V." Hally. of Christian, was liero Monday, visiting Ilev. KalherC. A.Oliver. Shoe, worth troni l 25 to $l.7o now on thn counter for salu at 7j cents a pair, nt (!. Nelson'. AIiIioiil'Ii tlm whiskey saloons iro all rioted on Sunday drunken 'men and buys arb seen on our streets. -0. XeNon lias Just opened a largo stock nf Slme direct Irom Cincinnati I Mil Huston, to l)0 sold nt rock bottom price. ... Wxl Monday tlm wine, liquor and cigars, etc., tiehnivtug to tiio es taio of J. M. Krnnk will bo sold a pulilie auction. Our slreefa are In a sloppy condi tion. Our Ci'y Kallier liould liavc oiiin work done at oner or they will loon bo tmpass'M1. Tlm srni (?) nvifanjja will run away occasionally and uiali a velii rlo lo piece. Tliey aro llii) dearest horse a person can own. Tho plaoirrer aro now at work on ilia Odd Fellows new liiilldiuiz, ami ahnti the 27ili of April it will bo completed and dedicated. Mr. Paul Ttiriitmll lias fevered lii couuecli'Mi with the Louisville k NVdmlle l.'ailroad. lie Is no long erassiMaut rtnlion ascent here. Dr. M. C. Vantfhan, of Ocean 8prinr, ono of tho Hevoresl men 1 v lnjr and a iool'deutUt, wa In town Monday, looking in good health. Our iipw to'k of Millinery Goods for the spring U now on rxhiliition at Mrs. A. XeUn'iV Come and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Hev. W. Ganx, Lutheran, of Xew Orleans, will preach in tins Luthoran (Jliurch Sunday inoriiiii'. 15) It Inst., t 10 o'uloek. All aro cordially invi ted. Mr. James II. Itolls ha opened hU red liquor saloon at reii(ouU. Mr. John Creiighaw, of (hi place, is lil a-sitaut. Jotiu is an expert mix ologist. ' ' Klder V.' JCbryati., of 1jn, Mia., preKuril Tue'day nlyht in tho Mclb ""iut Church lo (mall coiijrciratinn. II Ml for Ids home Wednesday cvo ainf. The llcv. Hugh Miller Thompson II hoh service at ho Mcihodi-'t Cliorch Tuesday, March 17ih,at 1 clock, (). . xhero will bo con II r aiion conniiuiiioii. Mr. (J. I. MHire, low h marshal, "ly had fire pjrcc ( deiinquriii tax lands to tell Monday. There was no Kvers except tho 'town. The lax Vers hare paid up very well. Friday oh. A. K. Kieha Wd ait inqtiesi oh the boly or Nils riken, mate ot oho of the vessels Tascajroula Car, who was "iled on February 25i h lie had a as:11re ,d w1 remr,,!,,,; )0 .i rttei I lie lioat capsiied and lie drowned. r.J.c Iir4f nl jfew Or "S has rented lb duiel and Uar J at the depo! vfmerly occupied ahk, aul as acoa a the "''d'r eaa he lh.,cnujthtr reiMire.1, tk',l!l"ed r'" ," i',c'lul n,niV- he will c.pen a fir. I -claw ,o1cl on Ma". Ho will also have "10..H UcllCl, wI f the rarclinS pullic. TIIKY ' Tlml kindness U never lout. That sii"plciou nro ruiuoiH. That oiih ai l tine not mnke a 1lit. That . tho Ikm'iciiat-Sta speaks out plain. That olii'diei'eo ia the ccuco of the law. That every bird thinks its own licit lxatililiil. - That visihln nclions indicate hidden lutein ions. That a fool always finds a greater fool In admire Mm. That three may keep a secret, if two of them aro dead. That I lit io is iiit,inf more liko a foul that; a drunken man. That Scrranlon i.eeda moro water and less whiskey. That it is tut disgrace lo ho poor, but illicitly uncomfortable. That she ia merely waiiiti" to be asked. i'hat he who does not fi.eak the truth U a hut rarer of the truth. ' That slio U ill-clot hed that is bare of virtue. That without justice courage is weak. That ' the same man eannot he both friend and flatterer. That a fal-e friend au-l a shallow attend only when the tun shines. Thiil I here is neither honor nor gain received in dealing ivitl. a iskciiI. That he that cannot hear with other people's faults cannot govern hisnwn. That George and Walthall will be their own successors. 1 DONS R1TTI.ES.UKE. Vaxcxkavk, iMiss., March 4, lbDl. Eilitur DeuiiH'.iat.-Sliir : Tlico was killed near the head of niaflT Creek, by Henry Fleteher, it ral tlesuako that was uiuo feet and four inches hoi if and had 21 rallies. W'a think he must have been tho greal-scrandlaiher of all the rattle snakes vn this cdiii m ii ii i I y, tt 1 1 h otijc 11 ho was not feeble in his old uuvs. J. K ISES l.D IBI'KEN OF DELEtlTED rOHEKN. Moss Poixr, Mia., March 9, 1891. Editor Democrat-Star : The CtttrioH-Lcitger and other State papers aro vexing their righteous souls about uuderslandiiig our new Con-lilulion. Could they rise lo the sublime height of our County Legisla tors, or Hoard ot Supervisors, they would bo independent nf Const il u tlous," new or old. and all legislative acts iiniler llieui. At last week's nieeliiijr of the P. nurd J. W. I'. Hi h M wan allowed f.'iO ami U. W. Tonile $59 for reimirinq bridgo and .Inhiison Ware ifo for iiiKecliiig briilge. J. M. Kaliliy was autliorl7iMl to havo a bridge repaired. Itoiul Xn, 1T)8 a rhmiied, and I). l)av. was allowed 17 50 for hauling lumber l"f a hridtfu. Our olil (Jousiituii.ni said, "Hoards of Supervisors shall have full Jiirisilicl ion ovi r roads, terries ami liridgis." hut oor SiipieiiK'Coiii t said that this power nniM lie exercised in accordance lo leuislaiivu instruc linus. Our no iv Constitution, tn der which I lie Hoard should now net, says; "The 13 hi ill of Supervisors shall havo full jiirisilicl ion over roads, terries ami iiriilt- to bt exercised in accor dance with tiirh reijuUiliou a the Leg il(ilure may prescribe.'1 I lie l,cgti'il uru lias prcscntied thai all work on bridges oilier than done by road hands, must be done by com tract, and that all eonlrsels must b let lo I be lowest respons.lilu blihler, aflefdue unliee oy ail venising. . I Iks- lieve it 1 1 acts sbuvo ilieiilionet as ilone hv tint Hoard last week mo illegal, and ihat any lax-pa.Wr can sun the members of tho Hoard, their bonds men and tho parties lo whom these allowance . were made hclmo any .In slice of the I'cacn ami recover the amount ineinioneil. Will some mem ber of I he Hoard (all of whom are mv friends), point to the law that allows i hem lo employ ono of their number lo inspect or rejxiir a bridge, or to pay anv ouo for vork on bridges other l ha ii by contract let out In open ses sion In llm lowest bidder. I also lliiuk the judgment of the ISonrd was very much at fault in contracting in llie'largo sum of fSUO lor grading road am) hit I til in jr causeway and bridge over sumo iiini-li over Fort ISayou. Towers are delegate d by the eopie to llm Hoard through the legislature, and Khould be cxctciscd aceoiding lo tho slslules wherever I he Legislature has attcmpte! to prescribe the way ot ms nner. The Code provides Ihat person al lowed to cell vinous nnd spirillum liquors shall pay a li cense tax of from 200 lo f 1,000, and thai in granting the lirciie I lie Hi -a id shall counider and have reference to the probable ail vantage of Ilia different locations for making money. (I quoin In on incuiorv). meaning, of course, lh.il flie elMakl bar in llio ciaililv should pay 200 and oilier Iwller loealeil mar tc chanted l.OOO. Our Hoard makes the little backwoods dojfcrr pay the same as the palace Lars or our town. Our law provide Ihat a license to sell must he confined to the certain house designated, yet the board al lowed W. ft. Delmas lo lranref hi barlo "Rsudali's Ferry." Now, the word .Ilandsll'e Ferry." with u covers qn ie a liltlo town. The dav Hro. Joe Jones left here he remarked ! me: "I have In four years traveled over eighteen States and preached Just a I havo her oh wine and drink, temperance and pro hibiiton, and in-doing ao I have hul up ciglilern hundred la r-nmnia." Sine llro. Jones lefl it eem like our good Hoard ha be-n lring lo grant license to halt the men in ttte rowNiv. Are they in Isror of fre w hisker, or do they wish tngiva llro. Ji.ni-e the yrfater glory should he Toim back and eh it I up the grratcr number of bar-room. M. A. DEES. Till TICI. Fcrsous having friends or rctatirca risiiing I hem, or leiTing the town, iM confer a favor hy furnishiiij their name tu the DtiiAi-Sna. T. LOCAL DIRECTORY. . i. ., Clnirolira. Mbthobist Rev. C. A. Powell, pastor. rif iieliihir every niiinlay. I'liiycr tui'et- t ii aT evory Tliiirstloy evening. I'KKsnYTKlMAM Rev. I). O. Ryvrs. p;o: tor. Preaching every Siihhntli I'iaer meeting very Wudnesttuy night. Preiicliiuir nt Sem ii ton every third tuu day at 4 p. ni. , : ; l'OHtoflice nnd Malls. ,' " ARRIVAL ArXD OKPAKTUIIK Of MAIM). from &raiiti. Arrives nt 8t.m. anil l:4"i n. ni. Departs ut 10:1,", a.m. and 4:45 n.ni. I.mkrmUe Bout Arrives on M'omlavs. WtuliieKilays mill Fridays' at Yi in., aud departs same days at 12::I0 a.m. A. F. LVND P. M. TO H Don IT JI1V COIttEUX. We will est com it a a fnvor if any one in Moan Point or vicinity, w ho know of anything nf interest toonr readers in that place, will eoniinnmcate the same direct to (lie Ik.mociiaT-Stai! ottiie. Scr.inton. ctrjeave the same either ut Dantzlcr & Evans'. E. W. Manalian & Co.'s. J. VV Stewart's drustma or E.- Hlonniflehl & Co.'s store, on Tuesdays or not later than Wednesday evening of each V'eek. PERSONAL. GENERAL .ni Other Notei Gathered From Various ' Senrcss. Tho health of our town Is very good Mrs. W. F. Hen in visited Xcw Or leans on Mnmlav. 1 hn town has been full ot log men and ropes this week. The Fraiik-Allinan honso is at lead siamlslill unfinished. It I a good lime lo work the roads now. Overseers, ilo votir ilutv. Mr. E W. Maniihan spent last Sun lav and Monday in New Orleans. Logs are. coming down Hie streams almost every day. ' Our mill men are hnppyi Mr. Pan Mclnuis, of Greene county, is down with a large drift ol timber, logs, etc. Mise L. W. and A. M. Hyatt made a flying trip to tho Crescent City las Monday. Mr. S. It. McKny, a prominent eill ii of Greene county was hero IhU week on business. . ('apt. O. Corner of the stpanier Nel lie, and S. S. Leonard, Esq., were in town on F riday of last week. Dr. I. II. Cook ami Capl. Hon Ste ven, of Augusta, were among the mill men this week disposing of logs; etc. Miss L. W.llvnll.of Occan Sprinc, ciiiip ever on Friday last, and remain ed the guest of Iter sister, Miss Alice, till Monday. Hon. l. Webster McLood.ot Greene county, was in town this week look ing afier his log and limber itiiercls. Ho was looking in splendid health. i ' To iniikn place for ' new good Messr. R. W. Mamihati & Co. are now ofr.Tlnir tho reni'iunl of tlfir stock of winter prints and ginghams at New Vork cost. News l.as been received by his rela tives here of tho death of Mr. Win. Cowan, dif fierry, Ireland, on Feb. 15ih. who was an elder brother of Ihe law O. C. Cowan, Sr. An intcresilng meeting U in prog ress fn , tint J'lvsliylei liin Llmreh. The Taslor Is assisted lv Pev. W. T. McElroy, of Pass Christian, whose preaching is much enjoyed. Died suddenly in Now Orleans, February 13, 1891, of Height's disease, Haylass Holmes, formerly of Fort Wayne, Idd. , w here bis remains will ho removed for interment. Tho many friends of Mis Anna Watkins wilt hit delighted to learu Ilia' sho ha been safely rescued from the "swamp," and is now homo cn joying a well deserved vacation. Capl. M. Mt linn, formerly of the St. Klmo Hotel, Meridian, wa here this week. He has severed ids con nection with the St. Elmo and is now about lo embark In the log business. ijoilio doubt ha been expressed as to the kind of bail used hy those three prominent Mns Pmiil fishermen, who waded through IK-Iin llayoti last Monday. The fish wero known quantity Ihongli. Messrs. DauUlcr & Mcltiuu have Just received a largo supply ol cypres limlier, ami in a few daya will start their fchiugle mill. They will then be able to supply tho demand for first- class shinnies. On Tuesday Messr. C W. Rob in .on, E. W. Msnahait, G. W. I Stewart and I).. F. Morrison started m ft deer hunt lit Greene county. They go via Mobile ami Cilrouelle, Ala and will be absent several day. You will find John F. Kreb Varie ty Si ore on lime wiih stock of Choice Family Grocerie, Dry G.mmIs, Notion, Clothing, Shoes, Hals, Crocker-, Hardware and Furniture. No wailing. Goods delivered Imme diately. t . The membcra of ihe Hypathean So ciety' and the public generally are herebr notified lha, on account of re ligious ecrvicea at ho Presbyterian Chimb llii Week, there will be no meeting of Ihe Society this (Fiidayl night. Tltt next utcriing will be "held Friday iiigln, March 23rd, at the resi dence of Mr. A. Blnroer. Bv rderf ihe President, Fi COuMKIL Mi Ma;i ik MvIstosii, Soe'y. II "JH0tfi TIIR BRE.UER.1." Tho enlcrlaiuiiietil at ihe Academy on Kriday night was quite a minv.. boih financially and in the rendition of l ho pei forma uee. Tlie part were Well chosen, a ml each actor seemed llioi'niiglily imbued with the spirit ol his or her put Groat praise is duo .Mr. Frilz Coluier for Ids successful management of tin allair, and lo Mr. D. F. Morrison for the thorough and faithful manner in which he hud drilled Ihe performers Tho thanks of tho l'rcshyicrmi Chinch are hereby tendered to both of Iheso gentlemen, with all oihct who iook part in iiieull.nr nmt con tribitled lo its success. The refresh iniyiis served by the ladies ucio plcn tiful and good, anil, were partaken of hy 4 largn number of those presold. The gross receipts were about $100. ' ' ). O. BVEHS. After a lew davi i' pleasantly passed as the guest of. .Mr. nod Mrs. F. Fish or. Miss Maggie Walker, ol Scraiitnti, deparled mi Tuesday for Meridian, Miss., leaving i nsl of admiring friends here, whotwish for her abiiu tlaut haipiuess in lier new home. Ehhir W K r.j y'aiif.of Je, Mis., ar rived Fiiday night IksI. Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. in., unit at muht he preach ed in llio Haplist Church. There is soma talk of filling Mr. Hryant to the pastorates of Moss- Point and Scran ton Haplist Chinches. Tho matter will eomo up in church conference next 3uut1:ty for definite action. LOST. . During Christmas week, between Mofg Point and Scranlon, One Oxii- izeit Silver Vinaiohettk ornaniented with rose design ; Ihe lop screwed on ami fastened to the 11'le with a sil ver chain. The fiuilei- will bo liber ally warded by leaving the same at ihe sloicof E. W. JJanahan & Co., Moss Polnl, oral tho Democrat-Stak office, Scrauion. ' - The following schooners arc loading at l bo L. N. Diiuizlcr Lumber Co' mills this week: L. N. Danlzler with 150,000 feet of lumber for Key West , Cora with 20,000. Nellio with 35,000 and tho James Adulaska with 20,000 feet of lumber, all ' for - Mississippi ltiver. j Mr. K. Barnes, who for four and a half years has been in tho employ of the Pascngonla Lumber Company as foreman in their Phteuix mill, l.as severed his rt-hilioiis wiih that firm. Mr. Barnes has accepted a similar position wilh llm Salomon Bros., of Slldell, La., and leaves for thai place to-morrow. Hi family will follow after a few weeks. C. I S. C. Program Mar. 16, 1801 : Subject; Norih Pole Expeditious. 1. Prayer. . 2.Minules. 3. lloll Call: ChaiacterUlici or an ecdotes nf lu m on s authors. ' 4. Music. i 5. Paper on subject: M'. Jno. Hill. 0. Discussion ol subji'cl. 7. Music . 8. neaifnig Imtn " Mark Twain." 9. 1 leading from . "Josiali Allen's Wife." 10. Music. 11. General business. Comniiiisionii',M hale. Maiiy K. P.fF.cttKt, et ul.l , . . No. a:i7i vs. , Bill for Pai tition. Lottik E. Cr.NBo, et al.f Ily virtue of the authority vested In me tiv a tlecrae of the riinitecly t'onrt of .lackson eouuty, MiaMwiipiu, rendered on tho-Kith day of February, lt-Ul, in the ubova alatotl cuMse, I will, un Monday, March 30, 1801, at the fiont door of tie Cnnrl-lioiiso ui tho town nf Kciaiiton. naiil county, within the honrs lire crilieil bv law for sheriffs' Miles, at pnblie auction sell to the bi);hi)t bolder lor casu, tlie lullowing iicscriiMti tractor narcel of land, wluaod in the County of Jacksoo, State nf Miiissiipi, to-wit": Iit Number Nineteen (IU) of lllock Number TUrcn f 31. of the town ol Ocrau Springs, accoriliujf to a plan nf the same and other lots and blocks in said town drswu by N. t'lihiieseig ; which id lot fmuta 100 feot on aslnucron Avenue and niua back east iM twwu par nlh l lines a distance ot !W3 feet J i hec liou '1 hilly, Towiikhip beveu somh, of luingo tiulit west. . Cuuiiuiwioiier. Felirnary 27, 1S91. . Mt ShcriflV sale. THE 8TATK OF MISSISSIPPI, , Jaxjison CoUKTr. ( W. A. CllArrrL, ) Circuit Court, No. 614 v. Jickunn Comity. Poloxo & Miujcu. SJ'dgm't$-iii,6icot By virtne of a writ of exnention dirrctotl Vi aie by Walrer H .Denny. Clerk of llir Circuit Court or sanl comi ty, I will -II at pnhlio outcry, to the hiahest liiihler for casli, at tho front door of lbs Conrt-konsp, iu hcrautnu. in aaltl county and bUte, on Monday, April G, 1891, within Wal lionrs. tb following descrili- ed nropertv, Irvieil ou as that of txiloatnu A Miller, ot wn iniicii luereoi as win aae isfv above judgment a4 eost, t-wit : That tract, piece it parcel of land Situ ated iu Unction S, Towuahip Rsugo B Tl, ia Jackson county, M ismshi ppi, ana tore partico bnly 6vTibl: Comineuc in at tha ottUat corner of I.ot No. 6, a indicated on a plat of J C. Itallcutino reonrded ia Book 4, Pap V 3, of tbe Keonrd of Dned ol Jackeo eoanty, and ruuuing aoutlt fil-luucliain to tlie outH mTf io of marsb at a staka act black riim liec. aortB 14 . e s im x an in m pin Us, anuth 37, west 33 linka s 111 ; tkeaea weMward along tho mitrsia of Ilia nana, followina; the caanby line to a mall tnyrtla ttee t tbearae eewih 97 J, wet 7.64 cbataa to a Malta art ia the awtluat, bciug tbe noilhweat corur of tbe mill tract, aadeliueatod in their deed as cua firmed bv dnrree in Chancery Oart nie. A. C. Danner to, T. Mm. Isabella Ibarpiaux; tbvee eurlk lit0, west ta a street ; Ibence east ahDr aaid atreet 1,213 feet to tbe place nf brciuomir. f Tetrether wiik tbe aawaaill aod snachin ery taereon, mn appnrtvaaucee ana in. ntaveejeata. 1 bis ilune to saiwfv a jiids- Kiret aiainrt tae aaxl Solowoa A. Miller of aad all eeeta and taterest ia Uvm W. A. Cbappel, plaintift berrin. K. H. LfcW l, RberifT. Varek,Il. W 0TO STOCK Has been received, , and we invite THE PUBLIC To our Goods and Prices. E. Bloomfield Company, ; MOSS POINT; MISS. Marches, JnC. 5-ly SCRimOD BUSINESS. The Folloicinq are Some of the Principal Dusinent HouxeH and Enterprise! in the Town of Scran ton. " F. 0. Rl'.DDITT, Rcslifiiranl nail Lodgings. GERARD & COX. Wbult-salt'&Ri'tail Dcolcrs iu Everything. WILL T. NIX, General Merchandise. C. FLANAGAN 4. SON. CoiU Dealers, Phip Chaiitllers anil Fntuily Grocei-s. 0. G. EILAND, Agency for the Singer Miinnfactnring Co. MRS. E. BARRUS, Millinery. Dry Gtiotls, Etc. C. II. D ELM AS, Shipper of Raw Oysters. NEWTON SHEFFIELD, Barber and fluir Dresser, GEO. FRENTZ, Shipyanl. VohscIh limit, Hiiiilotl Out and Rnpnii-eil, C. L.. LUC P. Shipsmilh ami Geuenil Illacltsmith. W. M. CANTY, Genl Morchauiliso. Slayer of high prices. JOHN Y. M ORG AW, Teuuistcr, Deliwrs Cniil nnd Shingles. MOSES SEYMOUR, Dealer In Beef, Pork, Mutton, Etc. DR. W. A. COX"S DRUGSTORE, Drugs, Me dicines, Perfumery, Etc. O. A. JOHNSON, General Ilhicksniith and Wheelwright. CIIAS. W. WALKER, l'akcagonla St., Denier in Groceries, Notions, Etc. NOY'S HOTEL, B. J. Jt.no, Proprietor, Best nf Wines ami Liquors. fa(inrlian, Sale. M. Dkskv, Guiinlian, ) Petition No. :i701 vs. to sell BKRYL MctUlsToX, et al. Real Estate. Bv virtue of the authority vested in me iy a certain decree of the Chancery Court of Juckmiu coiiHty. Mute of Mississippi, rendered on the ltith thiy of February, 1111, iu the above tttntctl ciittso, 1 will, ou Monday, the 30A day of March, 1891, at the front door of the Court hoiino iu the town of ttrraiiton, within tbe hours pre scribed by law lor sht-riRs' stiles, evil at Iiuhlic a net inn to the highettt bidder, one ulf for CHhh and oue-half payable twelve months afier date of sale, Ktiti deferred payment to be Heoniotl with iersoiial tie euiity, the undivided three-fourths (I) interest of said tlefetidants iu tlie follow ing real estate in Jackxou count v. Mixsis sippi, to-wit: That piece or parcel of land lying in 8;tion i.). Township 7 snnth,' lltinge 6 west, and commencing llJsi ckaius north 7SF we.t fiom the anntbe-wt eoruer ot lands of Mrs. M. K. Mdxwd; .tbeace north 11, east 6 f2 chaius to section line; thence west 1.77 rkaiue; tbence south 11, west 8.5'.t chains; theme south 79, eat 1.C5 ckaius to place of beiftnning, enetaining 1.07 acres, and knowu as Lot .S in recorded plat of Buruin G.MMle'a survey. July 1, lr71. Book 4, Pago 127. Ah t bit certain tract e lanti Sl'a ated in said Section Tewubbip 7, Kanee C west, deitrribed as follows : All of Lot U, a ahewa by aaid plat ot survey, except that portioo of said Let A wbh-h was con veyed by M. C. Vaagban to Mrs. L. V. Mct'arter, the deed of which ts recortlel ia Rook No. 7, Pages 339 and 340, Record of Deed ef said count v. It being under stood that tbe fence s it tbea stood is the dividing line between the premises be re lit to be sold aad these of Mrs. MrCarter. Together wiih the biiildiuzs and inipmve bm uta oe the laada above deribeil. W. M. DENNY, Guardian. Febraary 7. 11. l-4t New Ship-Yard . JOHX IE AXGELO, Proprietor, ' M onn Point, Miiss., Ia 1"W prepared to baal nut any Teasel " that eaa enter lie Paeafcgvala Jiiver. Vessels Built "and Repaired At reasonahle rates, and aatnfactiea Knarauseed. Civs mr a Tmal Jfo k Coxvixckd. Feb. 13. 11. 51-Iy C. H. Scuth Side Railroad, Cor. DImas Avenue Frederick 8ts, SCRANTON, MISSISSIPPI, . . Stationery DEALKIt DRY COODS, NOTION'S, SHOES, Choice Family Groceries, A PATRONAGE SATISFACTION fjyCJ o1h Ieliverctl May 9, 1K). E. O. TARLTON. E. Gh Tarlton 8s Co., 303 Da I'rm.VSr., MOtitl.K, ALA. ; The Cheapest DRY (iOODS AS!) XOTIOX HOI SE in Mobile. SPECIAL ATTENTfON I'AIU TO ALU ORDERS ENTRUSTED TO US. WE GUARANTEE TO SELL IP CHEAPER THAN LW HOUSE IK MOBILE. SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRK Iv, AGENTS FOB. A. & 0. CORSETS. Every Pair Warranted to Give 8utisfitction or Money Refunded Alter 10 Days' Triaf. IMS I IE, $1 PER PAIR. October 31, 1890. 31-ly MOSS POINT BUSINESS. The Following are Some of the Principal Buines House and Enterprites in the Town of Mokh Point. DANTZLER &. EVANS, Dealers in General Merchandise. JOHN HILL'S BARGAIN STORE, Dealer in General Merchandise. JOHN F. KREBS' VARIETY STORE. The Plnee to Get Anything You Need. COWAN BROS.,1 lieatlnuartars for Dry Goods, Groceries E. T. ROGERS, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc. ANTONIO GATTI, Blacksmith, Shipsmilh und Boiler Maker. E. CASTANERA, Dculer tr. Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Etc. J. W. STEWART, Dealer in Drngs, Medicines oV Perfumery. . W. II. GRAHAM, Livery Stable, Blacksmith, Wheelwright. H. J. VON HOLT, Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Gunsmith. W. M. WARD, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Furnitnre. OLIVER WOOD, Jitstick ok tiik Peach. Court 2d and 4th Saturdays in the month. D. K.' McINNIS & CO., Douler in Drugs, Medicines, Etc. E. W. MANAHAN & CO., Wholesale Retail Dealers iu Everything. C. W. GARNER, Livery and Sale Stable. Care of sick horses a specialty. LUCK NELSON, Barber and Hair Dresser. . CHARLES BEARDSLEE, Watchmaker &. Jeweler, Fine Stationery. MKS. R. L. BISHOP, Dry Goods. Notions, Groceries, Etc. MRS. A. 8. DEES, Choice Family Groceries, Etc. .XOTT & STONE McINNIS, Gcneial Merchandise. C. M. RANDALL, General Dewier Iu Merrhundise, TASCAGOULA LUMBER CO., Manufacture! a of Yellow Pine Lnmber. WM. WELCH. Dealer iu General Merchandise. E. BLOOMFIELD & CO., Tbe Business Emporium of Moss Point. W. DENNY & CO., MauTs & dealers in Yellow Pine Lnmber. P.SC1S0UU BUSINESS. The Following are Some of the Principal Putiueu Uoutet and Enterprine in the Town of of Patcagoula. MRS. M. r. OLSEN, Boardiug House and Rretaurant. ClIAS. ROSTER'S "Cottage by the Sea." . Simmer and Winter Boarders. A. D. KREBS, Livery Stable, Harks at all Honra. CREINfcR A SODERSTROM. - Ship Cbandhtra and Grocers. W. S. DODSOX, JR , Dry Coeds. Notion and Groceries. MANSFIELD fc BROTHER, Baker. Bread delivered, at ScraulowAMoaa Point P. 1 CLEMENT. Barber aod Hairdresser. ALLEY, IX- CKLCBRATKD FEED, HARDWARE. ETC. IGarflenSfiefls. SOLICITED! GUARANTEED! Free of Clmi'frf. Illy JAS. W. LAJiO. IWE WANT To tell you that wo havo awakened from our long sleep, and if j-ou want to find NEWEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES, The latest patterns in Prints and Dress Goods, tho most varied assortment of NOTIONS, rap cassa ny iirsa rc? j ill ATS, As well as tho Best and Cheapest Line of In town. Don't delay in calling at tho Mammoth Bargain Store of e. i mum & co. MOSS POINT, MISS. November 7, liJ0. 37-ly DAVIS'S COMPOUND tVHUP OP WILD CHERRYITAR. A SURE A NO SPEEDY CURE FOR Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Bore Throat, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bronchitis, In fluent a. Whooping Oough, Croup, &o. . For fifty years it has grown in tevor. Physicians prescribe It. Pleasant to take. Everyone uses it. Try It. 6O0. and 91.00 per bottle at all Druggists. Sept. IS, 1890. 20-9ra ONLY MANUFACTURERS Or THE WELL KNOWN EOT BII TOBACCO. Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealeia iu ALL KINDS OF TOBACCOS, CIGAES & SMOKERS' ARTICLES. COR. DECATUR axd URSUL1NES STS-. SEW OKLEAXS, LA. November 8, 1KH). 3T-ly CORN MEALICRACKED CORN. Tbe anderigjed, propriefur of the Eacatawpa GrUt Mill, ia prepared to till onlera fir CORN MEAL, CRACKED OEX and all kinds of Feed, deliveped! free of charge, and at rate aa eteaaa the eaeapes. My pus to (lice addrem ia Miwa Point, Mis. II. COLMER. JR.. Proprietor Eacatawpa Onst Mill. January SO, liOO. 9 6a C. r. J 1-xoec W tUJAJt Gas. JU17GER & GASS, -DE1LKB IX- Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC Ind JSisical lerchsodlsp, No. ltJT Daapbia Stieet, MOBILE, ALA. Kept, in, iw.